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Fertilizer Q&A: Potash market soars on sanctions speculation and tight supply

Expect critical market updates and discussions driven by your questions

Recent potash market developments have resulted in the largest weekly price increase since 2011. Nutrien is in talks with BHP over a partnership involving the Jansen project. Belarus is at risk of sanctions from the EU and the US, potentially throwing global potash trade off-kilter. Mosaic is cutting production while Nutrien is planning to increase it. The potash market is changing by the day – join us for an update and how we expect the market to evolve over the coming 12 months.

Please submit questions in advance to Chris.Lawson@crugroup.com
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